Maine Man Missing For 6 Months May Have Been Spotted In Augusta
For months, there has been an ongoing search for a missing man from Norrdigewock.
Graham Lacher was last spotted leaving the Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center on State Street in Bangor on June 6th, 2022.
Now, according to a Facebook post from his family, a man fitting his description was spotted on Civic Center Drive in Augusta several days ago.
The post explains that a man fitting his description was seen walking northbound on I-95 near the Augusta Civic Center exit late Thursday afternoon. Also, a local police officer spotted a man fitting his description near the Route 3 rotary off I-95 around the same time.
The post also goes on to say:
Just received 2 more possible Augusta sightings. One woman thinks she may have seen him near one of the recovery centers by the rotary on Wednesday afternoon. Another saw a man resembling Graham on I-95 near the toll booth at the Augusta/Gardiner line around 7:30 pm Wednesday night.
He is described as being a white male who is 5’11” tall, and 265 lbs. with brown hair and blue eyes. Lacher suffers from mental illness and tends to avoid people. He has long brown hair, a long beard, glasses and was last seen wearing a gray jacket, gray/green Carhartt pants and an orange knit hat. However, it is important to note that a DEEMI Search and Rescue volunteer recently found an orange hat with his name in it.
If you do see a man fitting his description, you should avoid approaching him. Instead, call 911 to report the sighting. The family also asks that you get a photo or video if possible and you report the sighting to this Facebook page